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Planning application lodged for UK carbon capture and storage plant

Aberdeenshire Council in Scotland is in receipt of a planning application for what would be Europe's first first commercial scale gas-fired CCS project.

Carbon capture and storage: There is no alternative

 Jeff Chapman is the chief executive of the Carbon Capture & Storage Association, which is headquartered in London, UK. The 60 year old from Northallerton, North Yorkshire discusses the somewhat slow strategic, if not technical, progress of this burgeoning technology with Deputy Editor Tim Probert. 

The time is now: carbon capture and storage

Due to a combination of significant funds being made available and political moves to introduce legislation demanding it, the day carbon capture and storage becomes a commercial reality for coal fired power plants may be closer than many predicted.

Carbon capture and storage developments Down Under

The move to decarbonize coal-based electricity generation has stimulated global efforts in the research and development of new low and near-zero emission technologies.

Carbon Capture and Storage: Carbon capture and storage: the race is on to find a winner

Two years ago Germany’s E.ON, the company that runs Powergen in the UK, began the process of creating Britain’s first large pilot-scale carbon capture test rig.

Chevron evaluates carbon capture storage and use in the US

Chevron has partnered with energy services firm Enterprise Products Partners to assess carbon capture storage and utilisation in the US.

The Holy Trinity: Integrated power generation with energy storage and carbon capture

Deputy Editor Tim Probert reports from the University of Leeds, which in conjunction with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, is developing an integrated system for thermal power generation, electrical energy storage and carbon capture. The new system combines an open nitrogen cycle with a closed, gas fired Brayton cycle, with carbon dioxide captured in the form of dry ice. Unsurprisingly, the project has attracted interest from utilities and manufacturers from around the world.

New partnership targets renewables rollout in India, Africa and Middle East

New partnership to bring low-cost, renewable energy to the mining, agriculture, and industrial sectors across India, Africa, and the Middle East.

UAE energy firms and bp to invest billions in low-carbon energy

ADNOC and Masdar partnered with bp to invest in clean energy and low-carbon energy across the UK and the United Arab Emirates

North Sea’s oil & gas landscape ideal for energy transition – report

A report from TNO and the Net Zero Technology Centre show the opportunities that cross sector collaboration in the North Sea can bring.

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